Shadow Image by Martin J. Smith

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Now psychologist Jim Christensen returns--to explore a Shadow Image of the mind...
First time in print--a powerful follow-up to Smith's successful thriller debut, Time Release
TIme Release received unprecedented acclaim from bestselling authors James Ellroy, Robert Ferrigno, T. Jefferson Parker, and several Pulitzer Prize-winning reporters.
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About Martin J. Smith

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Martin J. Smith is a veteran journalist and magazine editor. He has won more than 40 newspaper and magazine writing awards, and four times was nominated by his newspaper for the Pulitzer Prize. Born in Birmingham, Alabama, and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, he began writing professionally while a student at Pennsylvania State University in the late 1970s. His 15-year career as a newspaper reporter took him around the world, from the rural poverty of Southwestern Pennsylvania to Nevada?s Mustang Ranch bordello; from the riot-torn streets of Los Angeles to the revolutionary streets of Manila; from pre-glasnost Siberia to the new frontier of cyberspace. He currently is editor-at-large of Orange Coast magazine in Orange County, Calif., a regional monthly magazine he edited for four years. Smith lives with his wife and their two children in Southern California, where he remains part of an often overlooked minority -- the Soccer Dad. You can email the author at
Published June 1, 1998 by Jove. 372 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Floss is in the late stages of Alzheimer's, so it is through her paintings that the duo hope to unravel the secrets behind Floss's ""accident."" The scenes at the Harmony Brain Research Center are fascinating, but unfortunately, Smith's plotting plods, with Jim and Brenna often two steps behind a...

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